In light of Burma's ongoing repression of its Rohingya population, Sum of Us helps you tell world governments to stop selling weapons to Burma. Not having weapons, as you know, does hamper a government's ability to kill its minority Muslim population after burning down their villages. The British government has lately announced that it will end training and cooperation with the Burmese military until their repression of the Rohingya ends, and the European Union is still imposing an arms embargo upon Burma, but other big supporters of the Burmese military (which often does seem to be far too independent of the Burmese government) include China, India, Russia, the Ukraine, and Israel. Other nations have eased sanctions upon Burma as the military has begun to allow democratic elections there, but really, if you do evil, you shouldn't get goodies -- even if you control a nation, or a large part of it. So let's not reward evildoing.
Meanwhile, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk to support H.R. 1556, the Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act, then CREDO still helps you do that. I can already hear the legion of right-wingers squealing BUT TEH POLIZEZ SHOULD HAVEZ ALL TEH TOOLZ THEY NEEDZ!!!!! The key word there is "need" (or "NEEDZ," if you like) -- police do not need bazookas and tanks and grenades to find and arrest criminals. They might need those things, of course, if they want to put down protests after they use excessive force on a person of color, but how about they walk beats and resolve conflicts before it ever gets to that? Most of them would rather do that than fire military-grade weapons at the people they're supposed to protect, but when all you've got is a grenade launcher, everyone starts looking like a casualty. No use telling me TEH CRIMEZ IS UPZ!!!!, either, not unless you can provide convincing data. Spoiler alert: you can't.